Deputy Andrew Mulgrew and Deputy Michael Maze have a passion for two things, competition pistol shooting and supporting wounded veterans. The two deputies were able to combine these passions at the recent Top Cop shooting contest.
October 18, 2013|
It is not unusual for a student to take out a loan during college, but it is unusual for that student to use the loan to finance an event for other young adults such as local student Caleb Monticalvo has done.
Turlock High science teacher Brian Campbell and his children Bryce, 9, Cadence, 6, and Mackenzie, 11, show their support for the Turlock Firefighters' pink t-shirt campaign to benefit Emanuel Cancer Center.
Year after year scholarships are awarded to students across the country to help them attend universities and further their careers. Turlock native Francine Denis and her family have helped Turlock students make college a reality through the Kelly Denis-Pierce Memorial Scholarship.
The Great California ShakeOut earthquake drill is all set for Thursday morning and when the imagined "big one" hits at 10:17 a.m., officials are hoping everyone remembers to "Drop, Cover, and Hold On."
Bob Gilchrist recently got rid of 41 pounds - of weight and food. The weight he lost over the past nine months through the Turlock branch of Weight Watchers. The food he donated to the Turlock Gospel Mission, as part of Weight Watchers' annual Lose for Good program.
The Turlock Irrigation District faces an upcoming milestone in the relicensing of Don Pedro as the organization files a draft of its application to the Federal Environmental Regulatory Commission by the end of November.
October 15, 2013|
BY ELIZABETH ARAKELIAN
Medicare beneficiaries have become the target of several scam artists looking to obtain social security numbers via fraudulent phone calls. Fortunately, the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program is taking steps to help citizens avoid being conned.